Many Catholics in the United States are concerned about being fired or otherwise forced to receive abortion-tainted vaccines. Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Kazakhstan has decided to provide affidavits certifying membership in the Confraternity of Our Lady of Fatima.
The Confraternity is opposed to abortion-tainted vaccines as a deeply religious held belief. The certificates are personalized with the name of each member and bear his signature.
Any member is able to take that certificate along with a personal statement to his/her place of employment.
Christopher Wendt, International Director of the Confraternity of Our Lady of Fatima, who helped co-found the Confraternity with Bishop Schneider, explains that anyone in the world is welcome to join the Confraternity.
How to use the template letter: First you download your Religious Exemption Letter Template. You take that template and personalize it, making it an expression of your deeply personal religious beliefs. Then, second, if you feel called to join the Confraternity, you fill out the form and become a member. A third party will send you your personalized certificate signed by Bishop Schneider in an email within one business day. Then you submit both to your place of employment.
The template letter is not offered as legal advice, but respected attorneys have reviewed it.
It is recommended certainly that you do seek expert legal help if you feel that your Constitutional rights are being violated.
Download the template letter here: Religious Exemption Letter Template
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